We were hesitant to stay here after reading previous reviews but were pleasantly surprised. We tent camped on the bayside and had no real issues, other than super hungry mosquitos. Take bug spray!!! You can buy it at the ranger station if need be. Anyhow, both rangers I spoke with were very helpful and nice, we only saw two rats (which are actually a large type of mouse, not rat), and both were at the edge of the tall grass along the road. The showers are not open on bayside until July but driving to the showers by the beach was no big deal especially since we only showered after playing on the beach anyhow. The beach itself was rather clean other than a band of dried seaweed up from the waters edge. I even spoke to locals who go there to swim instead of the more crowded public beaches. We didn't see anything radically special but this really was a pleasant place to spend a few days. Do keep your cooler (and your chocolate) in your car at night, the cute raccoon buddy that peeked in our tent was appreciative for this oversight.
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